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Default configure SP debugging in SQL Server via VS.Net

I'm using VS.Net and have been told that I can use it to debug my stored procedures in SQL Server 2000. I've had a look on google and MSDN with not much luck, can someone show me how to do this from scratch ?
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Hi Greg,

Don't you know how to set it up, or can't you get it to work?

I know there are some issues with debugging, but in the past I managed to get it to work. I used the following MSDN section as a guideline:


What's important is that you run Remote Components Setup, even on a local work station (at least, that's what the docs seem to say).

Next, it's important that you enable debugging in your Project's properties dialog and that you set a breakpoint in managed code; if your first breakpoint is in a stored procedure, your code won't break.

Finally, you may need this:


I needed that in the past to enable debugging; I think that managed code debugging falls under the category "Application Debugging", so you'll need to run the stored procedure they mentioned after each reboot.

Good luck; it's a pain to set up, but a wonderful feature once it works....

(Update: try the support article and "Exec sp_sdidebug 'legacy_on'" first; I just tested it, and it seemed enough to get it to work again on my machine. I looked at my installed programs and didn't see the Remote Debugging Components, so I am not sure you need those)


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